Nothing puts more fear into one of the secret elite than a person who has no fear of aliens
The Pentagon remains insistent and unrelenting in demonstrating their denial of the facts presented under oath by the witnesses
Key Takeaways from July 26 Hearings
A former intelligence official turned whistleblower has given Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General extensive classified information about deeply covert programs that he says possess retrieved intact and partially intact craft of non-human origin.
Major General John Olson is the Mobilization Assistant to the Chief of Space Operations for the U.S. Space Force at the Pentagon. In this position, he assists with organizing, training, and equipping space forces; develops and acquires military space systems; and conducts space operations to advance and protect U.S. and allied interests. He will discuss how the Space Force is working to build a force ready to outpace competitors while harnessing data and technology to maintain space superiority with allies and partner nations across the globe.
A former high-ranking intelligence officer has come forward to discuss his time as the Pentagon’s top UFO investigator—the first of many potential whistleblowers, according to investigative journalist George Knapp—who has been able to offer new insight into how the Department of Defense’s modern UAP investigative bodies were formed, the nature of the closed-door briefings given to lawmakers, and why the first official UAP report delivered to Congress only focused on a narrow portion of the military’s history of UFO encounters.
Unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) – government-speak for UFOs – are in the spotlight. But amid White House-level attention, breathless coverage of “aliens” and a rare focus on U.S. air defenses, new revelations are only deepening the UAP mystery.